PUT THE COBB DIGITAL LIBRARY ON YOUR NEW DEVICE!

All students bringing devices on campus can put the Cobb Digital Library at Mackinvia app on their technology.  To log in: School / Library Location = Kincaid Elementary School, Marietta, GA Login: Student ID# Password: Student ID# Links to apps—- iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mackinvia/id558020762?mt=8 MAC: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mackinvia/id574027331?mt=12 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mackin.via.reader&hl=en Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Mackin-Educational-Resources-MackinVIA-Reader/dp/B00A7FBOCG Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mackin-via/kkmkfkljmoipnaglegphplpihaigjnlc Windows download: https://www.mackin.com/distribution/win/MackinVIAInstaller_5.1.4.exe

DID YOUR CHILD RECEIVE A GIFT OF TECHNOLOGY THIS WINTER BREAK?

Most classes in grades 3-5 allow students to take part in the CCSD ”Bring Your Own Device” program.  In order for devices to be used in the Kincaid Elementary building, students and parents must follow these steps: Sign a BYOD form and return to your child’s teacher as soon as possible.  http://www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/InstructionalTechnology/IL/BYOD/BYODParentPermission2017.pdf With the permission … Continue reading DID YOUR CHILD RECEIVE A GIFT OF TECHNOLOGY THIS WINTER BREAK?

November is Native American Heritage Month

Celebrate with us the heritage of the indigenous peoples of America, the Native Americans, during the month of November. We pay tribute to the rich history and traditions to the tribes of the Native Americans. You can read fiction and non-fiction books about Native Americans in our special collection between the windows, and you can also watch … Continue reading November is Native American Heritage Month

ROBOTS AND STAR CARPETS

4th Grade STEM scientists were using the Learning Commons Stars Story Carpet to test their Mind Storm coding skills! The robots used color light sensors to find and trace stars in the carpet. The scientists could change the color choice and found that some colors worked better in the coding than others.